The Prometheus Epic retells the story of Prometheus - a Titan exile who journeys among mankind: becoming their teacher, friend, and defender against the malicious whimsies of Olympian Zeus.
Zeus has little time or patience for Prometheus.
* Was Prometheus not a staunch supporter of the TItans' supremacy: a confederation only overthrown after years of brutal war?
* Are not Prometheus' own father and brothers still confined in chains within the deepest dungeons of Tartaros for their own part in the Titans' rebellion?
But Zeus - for many years - tolerates Prometheus for the sake of his gift of second-sight: for by it Prometheus can foresee the future more clearly than any of the other Olympian gods. So the Titan is useful to Zeus - and retains his freedom: for a time.
But the day comes when Prometheus refuses Zeus' demand to reveal a certain prophecy: vouchsafed to by virtue of his second-sight. Zeus' patience with the recalcitrant Titan finally snaps: and Prometheus discovers what a terrible thing it is to anger the most powerful god on Olympus...
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